THIRUVANANTHAPURAM June 21: The Kerala government on Thursday expressed willingness to provide 20 lakh litres drinking water to Tamil Nadu, which is facing a water crisis, but the latter has declined it, saying there was “no need for the help at present.” Continue reading “Kerala Offers 20 Lakh Litres Drinking Water, Tamil Nadu Says No Need Now”
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM June 21: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday told the state assembly that 119 people have been charged for alleged social media abuse against him since his government assumed charge.
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MALAPPURAM June 20: A pre-primary teacher of a government school in Kerala’s Malappuram has slammed authorities of the institution alleging that they were not permitting her to rejoin duty after maternity leave. Continue reading “Kerala Teacher Alleges School Removed Her After Maternity Leave”
MAVELIKKARA June 20: The policeman who suffered burns after he set ablaze a woman Civil Police Officer last week, died at a hospital Wednesday, police said. Continue reading “Kerala Cop Who Suffered Burns After Setting Woman Colleague On Fire Dies”
KOCHI June18: The Kerala High Court Monday stayed the state government’s decision to implement recommendations of the Khader Committee report, which proposes single directorate for the education sector. Continue reading “Kerala High Court Stays Government Decision To Bring State Education Under Single Directorate”
ALAPPUZHA June 17: A woman civil police officer in Kerala’s Alappuzha district has died after she was set on fire this afternoon allegedly by a colleague who poured petrol on her. The policewoman was on her way back home from work. Continue reading “Woman Police Officer Set On Fire In Kerala, Dies; Attacker In ICU”
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM June 15: The Left government in Kerala Friday asked a state-run akademi to review its decision honouring a cartoon depicting Bishop Franco Mullakal as a rooster and alluding to the charge of rape against him. Continue reading “Kerala Government Responds To Row On Cartoon Of Rape-Accused Bishop”
KOLLAM June 14: In a show of political vendetta, the Pinarayi Vijayan government seems to be tightening the noose around BJP leader K Surendran by getting the police to frame more and more cases against പഗസ. Continue reading “Pinarayi Vijayan hell bent on tightening the noose around BJP leader K Surendran”
New Delhi, June 13: The National Investigation Agency which conducted raids at Tamil Nadu has registered a case against one person, suspected to be part of the Islamic State. The person has been identified as Mohammad Azharuddin.
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KOCHI June 13: A row has erupted in Kerala over a state-run akademi honouring a cartoon depicting Bishop Franco Mullakal as a rooster and alluding to the charge of rape against him with a furious Church condemning it as vulgar and saying it amounted to humiliating Christian symbols. Continue reading “Row Erupts In Kerala Over Cartoon Depicting Franco Mulakkal As A Rooster”